Recipe of Ultimate Layer Cake (Kue Lapis)

Layer Cake (Kue Lapis)
Layer Cake (Kue Lapis)

Hello everybody, I hope you’re having an incredible day today. Today, I will show you a way to prepare a distinctive dish, layer cake (kue lapis). It is one of my favorites food recipes. This time, I’m gonna make it a little bit tasty. This is gonna smell and look delicious. However it is not baked on a rotating spit, and contains a mix of Indonesian spices, such as cardamom, cinnamon, clove, mace and anise. It was developed during colonial times in the Dutch East Indies.

To get started with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients. You can have layer cake (kue lapis) using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you can achieve that.

The ingredients needed to make Layer Cake (Kue Lapis)-
  1. Take 700 ml coconut milk
  2. Take 150 gram rice flour
  3. Make ready 75 gram tapioca flour
  4. Take 150 gram sugar or as desired
  5. Take 1 tbsp cocoa powder
  6. Take 1 tsp vanili
  7. Get 1 pinch salt
  8. Get 1 pandan leaf
Steps to make Layer Cake (Kue Lapis)-
  1. Heat up coconut milk with pandan leaf and salt. Wait until bubbles appears. Set aside.
  2. In a bowl, mix coconut milk, sugar, and flour. Wisk throughly until incorporated and there is no lump.
  3. Divedid mixture into two parts. Add cocoa powder in one of mixture.
  4. Grease mold with oil. Prepare the steamer. Pour about 50 ml chocolate mixture, and steam for 5 minutes. Open the lid, and add white mixture on chocolate mixture. Steam for 5 minutes. Repeat until finish.
  5. Transfer the cake from steamer. Let it cool and slice it. Serve and enjoy !

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Spekkoek (kue lapis legit or spekuk in Indonesian) is a type of Indonesian layer cake. It was developed during colonial times in the Dutch East Indies. The firm-textured cake is an Indo (Dutch-Indonesian) version of the European multi-layered spit cake. However it is not baked on a rotating spit, and contains a mix of Indonesian spices, such as cardamom, cinnamon, clove, mace and anise. In addition to Kue Lapis, Indonesians also have Kue Lapis Legit (Baked Layer Cake) and Kue Lapis Surabaya (Surabaya Layer Cake). Both Kue Lapis Legit and Kue Lapis Surabaya are made by baking each layer instead of steaming it. Kue Lapis has jello-like texture because of its bouncy texture. Unlike jello, this cake is sticky. Use a greased silicone spatula to loosen the sides of the Kueh Lapis from the square tin tray, then invert the tray over a piece of baking paper. Flip the kueh over so the red colour is on top. Pour in the boiling water and stir until sugar dissolves. Add both flours and a pinch of salt, stir until you get the smooth batter. Steamed Kuih Lapis (steamed layer cake) is a popular snack in Malaysia and Singapore and it literally means layer cake in Malay. When I was a little girl, I enjoyed eating this kuih by peeling the different coloured layer by layer. This Kuih Lapis recipe was adapted from a Chinese Coobook ~ Malaysian Delicacies. The dark and light layers of cake resemble bacon. The Indonesian name Lapis Legit means sweet layer cake. In English people often call the cake Thousand Layer cake. A special blend of spekkoek spices is used in this cake. The cake was developed during colonial times in the Dutch East Indies.

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